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Gabriella Huggins, Executive Director (she/her)

Gabriella Huggins is a multi-media arts practitioner and student of social work from Salt Lake City, Utah—ancestral Shoshone, Paiute, Goshute, Ute and Diné (Navajo) territory. For more than a decade, she has worked as youth mentor and teaching artist with a number of local nonprofits and city agencies, including Spy Hop Productions and Youth City. Her work has been recognized by Salt Lake City Zoo, Arts and Parks and in local and nationally respected publications. A skilled facilitator and forward-thinking advocate, socio-political equity and justice motivates her personal and professional aspirations. She is excited to join the Art Access team in the mission of creating a diverse and inclusive arts community through centering the experience of people living with disabilities. In her free time, Gabriella can be found walking her dog and listening to podcasts, sharing meals and beers with her partner and friends, and sewing dresses with pockets.


Erin Call, Finance Director (she/her)

Erin previously worked as the controller at the Salt Lake Art Center and is amply qualified to manage the fiscal aspects of our organization. Erin attended both Brigham Young University and the University of Utah and majored in fine arts with an emphasis in painting. In addition, she has over 20 years of accounting experience in a variety of industries. Erin has lived along the Wasatch Front her entire life, currently residing in downtown Salt Lake City with her husband and daughter. She loves the arts in general and has a particular fondness for the visual arts.

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Stan Clawson,  Program Manager (he/him)

Stan Clawson (he/him) has been a freelance filmmaker since 2000 with a focus on art, disability and socially impactful storytelling. He has also worked as an adjunct film/broadcast instructor at Salt Lake Community College and the University of Utah. Additionally, Stan has over 26 years of experience in the world of disability, including ADA consulting for the Salt Lake Organizing Committee and Sundance Film Festival, public relations for the National Ability Center, and public speaking. In his free time, Stan volunteers as a mentor for Intermountain Healthcare’s RAMMP program, working with newly-injured patients. He also loves to scuba dive, handcycle, nordic ski and do illustrations.